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Re: No fender gap (archive)

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Posted by Ryanto on October 07, 1999 at 22:17:35:

In Reply to: No fender gap posted by PK on October 07, 1999 at 21:11:22:

H&R sport with Bilstein will definitely has gap between fender & tires. In 1995 (unless H&R changed the spring after that time), I used H&R sports (black) with stock shock, and only lowered by 10mm. Front by 25mm with stock strut. If you put 18 inch with 225/40 or 255/35, or even taller 235/40 or 165/35, the car definitely looks lifted at rear.

H&R race (mine is green)lowered about 25-30mm at rear (depending on shock), and you will see no gap (even with 17/245/40)

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